Documents…it’s always something

You can plan on unpredicted things happening when you’re applying for a work visa. Does that make sense?

I’d requested a background check months ago, so was excited when I received the paper from the FBI. But you know what? It didn’t have the signature and seal needed for an apostille. So, I had to send it back to the FBI. Then send it to the U.S. State Department.

I also needed apostilled versions of my diploma and my marriage certificate, but I could do these by simply walking into the Colorado State Department.

But they arrived in time, so I could ship them to the school in Korea. The employer has to apply for my E2 work visa. Today, I heard the documents arrived in Korea. Yay!

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